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Time To Get Your ‘Mindfreak’ Autographs

With the lock out in full force, no way to work yourself into a contract, and Paintsville Dairy Queens looking for extra business, Deandre Liggins is keeping himself busy.  He will be making rounds throughout the state both today and tomorrow doing his own mini-version of Josh Harrellson’s Jorts Tour.  Per his twitter, the latest NBA draft pick will be signing autographs at the following locations:


1pm-3pm Pikeville Wildcat Warehouse

4pm-6pm Paintsville Dairy Queen


1:30pm-3:45pm Ashland Dunham Sports

5pm-7pm Maysville Dunham Sports

Article written by Will Lentz

7 Comments for Time To Get Your ‘Mindfreak’ Autographs

  1. Capnmonkey
    1:47 pm July 9, 2011 Permalink

    Cold chills every time. Best season of my adult life.

  2. Jim Calipari
    1:52 pm July 9, 2011 Permalink

    Yes me and James are close….wait who the heck am I?

  3. Dairy Queen
    2:08 pm July 9, 2011 Permalink

    If you go to Paintsville’s Dairy Queen, make sure you get one of their foot-long dogs with sauce. They have the best hot dog sauce in the state.

  4. wbpville
    2:44 pm July 9, 2011 Permalink

    Jorts needs to get a dog with sauce, chesse, mustard and onion..Mmmmm I’m headin to Mountain parkway right now!

  5. Joe
    8:13 pm July 9, 2011 Permalink

    Loved that fan who said, after that North Carolina guard got his left-handed layup attempt blocked by Liggins, “he should have used his right hand.” Which is true. When you’re going down the right side of the basket, you gotta use your right hand, I don’t care if you’re left handed or not.

    That was a manifestation of a huge weakness in that guys game. But, he was being guarded by one of America’s best defenders.

    Really, I wish Liggins had come back. Boy, we’d be TOUGH on D next year with him on the team. Can you imagine, Liggins, Gilchrist, and Davis all in at the same time, and Jones can turn it on too, and throw in a hopefully decent Teague, and our D would have been awesome.

    But at least we got Jones back. Better than 0 for 3.

  6. Clark Kellogg
    8:53 am July 10, 2011 Permalink

    Looked like his foot was on the line.